The Upside came out much stronger than anticipated at the box office, preventing Aquaman from getting a fourth weekend at #1 but the King of Atlantis has nothing to complain about as Aquaman is now the highest grossing film of the DCEU by far and has made more worldwide than The Dark Knight.
No stranger to spy movie themes thanks to Live and Let Die, Paul McCartney delivered the title track to 1985’s Spies Like Us, which starred Chevy Chase and Dan Aykroyd.
Sent in to Berlin toward the end of the Cold War, MI-6 agent Lorraine Broughton is tasked with recovering a list of spy identities before it falls into the hands of the KGB.
Coming off John Wick, David Leitch directs the Cold War thriller Atomic Blonde with Charlize Theron kicking ass and looking stylish but, unfortunately, the movie is not exactly what was advertised.
Coming from the forgotten action/comedy Gotcha! in 1985, British singer Thereza Bazar sang the movie’s theme song, also called Gotcha!, which played up the movie’s espionage themes in it’s official music video.
Charlize Theron stars as MI6 agent Lorraine Broughton, who is sent into Cold War era Berlin to retrieve important and secret files in this summer’s Atomic Blonde.
Long in development, the adaptation of the 60’s spy show has finally arrived with Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer starring as reluctant spy partners during the Cold War.
We got to check out some E3 demos for a couple of upcoming Tiny Build games along with some downloadable titles on the PS4 and a throwback top down PC shooter for this edition of Gamebox 2.0.
Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks team up again for the Cold War thriller, Bridge of Spies, based on true events.
The Call of Duty franchise goes even crazier and farther into the future with the upcoming third entry in the Black Ops series, coming this November to next gen consoles and the PC.